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Christmas in Stockholm

Stockholm is a capital which cannot be compared to any other. Winter turns Stockholm into an absolutely fabulous place. The best way to see what Stockholm Christmas Eve looks and smells like is to walk around the Old Town. You will be surprised with its look and with the market located there.

Turn into a baker

As for the Stockholm attractions we’d like to mention Skansen. It is a very large outdoor museum founded long ago in 1891. Fans of Swedish architecture will be happy. What is more, some of the historical buildings still work! You just need to come here in the last evening before Christmas and see yourself those schools, post offices and forging shops.

Skansen is also a place of the Christmas marketplace in December. One couldn’t think of winter Stockholm tourism without this fabulous place. In case if you are not a shopper you can, for example, try your hands in baking some bread with the 19th century bakery equipment. Challenging, isn’t it?

Christmas market in Skansen traditionally attracts a great number of people. Please, don’t get angry and don’t avoid queues and crowd and you will feel the festive spirit.

When non-shoppers like shopping

You will quickly become a true shopper if you visit Stureplan square. Buying doesn’t have to be the best part of it. The biggest pleasure is in going around and choosing things. Stureplan should certainly be visited in your Christmas holidays. There is no better place in the whole world which preserves such a Scandinavian ambience.

If you feel tired of doing shopping – visit a great skating rink located not far from the market. Tourists from other countries love that ice-skating spot and quite often go there. It turns the skating rink into a perfect place for getting to know new people.

Spend your time with family

As a matter of fact, Stockholm museums are a nice option for people of all ages. All in all, there are also places created for families. For instance, you could go with your children to Stockholm circus. Great performers will prepare something incredibly amusing. Don’t worry, the children will not be disappointed! Children like breathtaking shows and they will love Stockholm circus.

Ferry tours are fascinating too. You can take it near the Opera and then go to small amusing islands. Anyway, please keep in mind that severe wind is not a suitable weather for taking sea tours. They have thick buck skin to all tourists, so don’t be modest and ask the employees about that. But if the weather is still and it’s not snowing you will enjoy really unforgettable landscapes of winter Sweden.

Fun for everyone

Stockholm has a small daylight in winter and from time to time the weather is just horrible. Even if it’s zero temperature a keen local wind can make you feel like -15C or even worse. When it got windy outside it can be a good idea to spend time at home.

Young travelers quite often suggest going to local escape rooms saying their tremendous design and plot. Exit Games, Questrooms and lots of other escape rooms are waiting for you. There are more than thirty attractions sites of that kind in Stockholm!

The National Museum and the Royal Opera are great options for an afternoon pastime. The bars in Swedish capital are awesome and as a tourist just must check them. The old town is just full of bars and clubs. Typically clubs of Stockholm look just like same places in Western Europe. The capital of Sweden is a rather costly place, but you must try the local beer brands. Stockholm nightlife is really active. Great bars and clubs can be found in any part of city center. You will find a nice bar or club very soon.

Picturesque view of the capital

Stockholm Sports Center looks like a very big ball. Actually, it’s the biggest ball in the world. In addition, you could enjoy a great view from the Sports Center viewing platform. You will see entire Stockholm at a plain sight from the height of 130 meters! The entire city will be in front of you.

Don’t miss the Christmas Eve in Stockholm, it’s really worth coming here!